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We Have to Fight Lies and Fake News Virtually on a Daily Basis

National Interest editor Jacob Heilbrunn interviews Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the United States of America H. E. Anatoly Antonov Heilbrunn: President Vladimir Putin has recently published a new essay on Ukraine stating that Ukrainians and Russians are the same people. He also indicated that there are red lines that neither Ukraine nor NATO would be allowed to cross. Some say Putin is laying the groundwork for tougher action on Ukraine. Have you communicated ...


‘Strategic Frivolity’ of the West and the Belarus Issue

The Western countries’ reaction to the detention of an opposition leader in Minsk has revealed the high degree of readiness of the United States and its allies to create risky situations for the sake of momentary political benefits The Lukashenko government is becoming one of the permanent opportunities for the United States and Europe to stage high-profile political campaigns without a real threat to the world, writes Valdai Club Programme Director Timofei Bordachev. But this is not a guarantee...


Russia-Ukraine War Alert: What’s Behind It and What Lies Ahead?

Perhaps the most important thing for the Russian leadership in this episode was to prevent the need to actually go to war against Ukraine in the future Perhaps the most important thing for the Russian leadership in this episode was to prevent the need to actually go to war against Ukraine in the future. Going overkill in terms of military maneuvers on the Ukrainian border now ...


“Poland’s Russia Sickness”: Does Support for Ukraine’s Conflict with Russia Serve U.S. Long-Term Strategic Goals and Regional Stability?

... Bronisław Łagowski, originally published as ‘Polska chora na Rosję’. Since the “war scare in Donbass is receding,” as Carnegie Moscow’s Director, Dimitri Trenin, argues , and Poland is to be found among the countries most fiercely lobbying for Ukraine’s membership in NATO—a move which not only risks escalating tensions with Russia but also has a great potential of being detriment of the possible U.S. attempts to “chart a new course” for Moscow, as is discussed by David Keene and Dan ...


A ‘Patriotic Heretic’ Favoring Renewal of U.S.-Russian Détente

... September 2018. . Pifer, Steven. “Did NATO promise not to enlarge? Gorbachev says ‘no’.” Brookings Institute, 6 November 2014. . Prashad, Vijay. Washington Bullets . New Dehli: Leftworld, 2020. Roth, Andrew. “Thousands march in Kyiv to oppose Ukraine peace plan,” The Guardian , 14 October 2019. . Rumer, Eugene and Richard Sokolsky. “Why the New START extension could be the end of arms control as we know it.” Politico , 7 February 2021. . Schwarz, ...


A Ukraine Link to North Korea’s Nuclear and Missile Programs Development

... were accredited to the DPRK's trade representative office in Minsk. Both were sentenced in May 2012 to terms of imprisonment in Ukraine of eight years. “Yuzhnoe” and Yuzhmash Production Association (hereinafter – “Yuzhmash”) [ 5 ] promptly responded ... ... sent a “targeted” letter to some members of the Panel of Experts (not surprisingly, among them were representatives of the USA, the UK, France, the Republic of Korea and Japan). The Mission urged to conduct “a fair and a balanced” review of the ...


Sanctions Against Russia: A Look Into 2020

... individual companies and projects. The risk of new sanctions stems from a series of political factors: the Ukrainian crisis and conflict in Donbass, the U.S. elections and the alleged meddling, the developments in the Middle East, etc. — Regarding Ukraine, the crisis has noticeably stabilized. However, we should not expect any significant breakthroughs in terms of compliance with the Minsk Agreements in the coming year. The stabilization of the situation in Donbass significantly decreases the risk ...


Five Reasons Why It’s Time to #RecognizeСrimea

... have to be the case. Statement by the Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group (EASLG) Twelve Steps Toward Greater Security in Ukraine and the Euro-Atlantic Region Reason # 5: Policy Should Be Based on Reality Last year, United States Secretary of State,... ... “The Trump administration sees the world as it is, not as we wish it would be. Basing policy on reality, we recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital [and] Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights.” Unfortunately, this embrace of reality only ...


Impeachment & Intervention: Where American Foreign Policy Goes Wrong

... what’s notable is that Democrats “have failed to allege a violation of established law, i.e. a ‘crime’ or ‘misdemeanor.’ Such an allegation has been present in every other impeachment in history, but not here.” Nonetheless, foreign aid to Ukraine is at the core of the issue. Specifically, the aid amounted to $391 million of military and medical equipment to assist in their deadlocked civil war that started in 2014 with pro-Russian separatists. Since that time, the U.S. has handed over ...


Sanctioning the Pipelines: Implications for Russia, the EU and the U.S.

... norm is a part of CAATSA (sec.235) — a Public Law on comprehensive restrictions against Moscow. Since 2014, the Administration has shown a tough stance whilst dealing with Russia and imposed a wide-range of sanctions as a response to the events in Ukraine, supposed election interference and other issues of the U.S.-Russia rivalry agenda. However, executive authorities have not yet implemented sec.235 against Russian pipeline projects, where Nord Stream 2 (NS2) is of paramount importance. One of ...


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